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Weekly Roundup Oct. 20-26

Team Canada clothing unveiled for the Beijing Winter Games Canadian athletes will wear the red for opening ceremonies and white...

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Weekly Roundup Oct.13-19

Saskatchewan speedskaters compete at nationals Between the three of them, Saskatchewan speedskaters Marsha Hudey, Kali Christ of Regina and Graeme...

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Weekly Roundup Oct. 5-12

Hindmarsh invited to Baseball Canada Camp Saskatoon’s Carson Hindmarsh is one of 15 players named to participate in a Baseball...

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Weekly Roundup Sept.29 – Oct.5

Three Saskatchewan speed skaters competing at championships Regina’s Kali Christ and Marsha Hudey, as well as Moose Jaw’s Graeme Fish...

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2021 Saskatchewan Sport Awards Nominations Open

Nominations for the 2021 Saskatchewan Sport Awards are now open. The Saskatchewan Sport Awards celebrate the outstanding achievements of individuals...

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Weekly Roundup Sept. 22-28

Saskatchewan curlers one step closer to representing Canada at Olympics Regina’s Team Matt Dunstone went 5-1 at the Olympic Curling...

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Meet Amanda Brodner: Saskatchewan’s newest Advanced Coaching Diploma recipient

Amanda Brodner was inspired to make coaching gymnastics her career when she realized she was spending hours in the gym...

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Weekly Roundup Sept. 15-21

Crozon, Team Canada finish second at FIBA 3x3 final Humboldt’s Paige Crozon and her Team Canada 3x3 basketball teammates came...

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Weekly Roundup Sept. 8-14

Paige Crozon heading to 3x3 finals in Romania Humboldt’s Paige Crozon will be competing in the FIBA Women’s 3x3 Series...

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A Concussion Story Webinar

Sask Sport, the Sport Medicine and Science Council of Saskatchewan and the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport have partnered...

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Weekly Roundup August 25-September 7

Paralympian Erica Gavel announces retirement 2016 Paralympian and Team Canada wheelchair basketball player Erica Gavel has announced her retirement from...

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TOKYO PARALYMPIC RECAP

DAY TWELVE/TOTAL RECAP - SEPTEMBER 5, 2021 With Day 12 of competition and the Closing Ceremony taking place on the...

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WEEKLY ROUNDUP AUGUST 18-24

Sutherland claims bronze at world championships With a personal best time of 57.27 seconds, Borden’s Savannah Sutherland captured bronze in...

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CHEER ON SASK AT THE TOKYO PARALYMPIC GAMES

Saskatchewan will send its largest contingent in history to the Paralympic Summer Games with 20 individuals from the province who...

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CLARK, CANADA SET TO DO BATTLE ON WORLD STAGE

Written by Matt Johnson for the Canadian Sport Centre SaskatchewanPhoto credit: MATTHEW MURNAGHAN / HOCKEY CANADA IMAGES When the 2021...

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WEEKLY ROUNDUP JULY 27 to AUGUST 10

Saskatchewan FACE Grant recipients named Biggar Para snowboarder Lisa DeJong and Regina diver Presley Deck have been announced as recipients...

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TOKYO OLYMPIC RECAP

DAY SIXTEEN RECAP - AUGUST 8, 2021 Tokyo Summer Olympics wrap up While no Saskatchewan athletes competed on Day 16,...

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CHEER ON SASK AT THE TOKYO OLYMPIC GAMES

After a lifetime of hard work and dedication to sport, 12 individuals from Saskatchewan will represent Canada at the Olympic...

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ATHLETE TO ATHLETE CO-OP

You are invited to an athlete-only, peer-to-peer discussion to connect with and be supported by other athletes across Canada who...

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WEEKLY ROUNDUP JUNE 30 TO JULY 13

Shaw secures Paralympic spot Midale’s Keely Shaw will be making her Paralympic debut in Tokyo after being named to the...

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WEEKLY ROUNDUP JUNE 23-29

June 29, 2021

Canada captures silver at World Para Ice Hockey Championship

The Canadian men’s Para ice hockey team finished with a silver medal at the 2021 World Championship, falling 5-1 to the United States in the final.

After the Americans got off to an early 2-0 lead, Canada cut the deficit in half with a powerplay goal late in the first period. Unfortunately, the Canadians, weren’t able to find the back of the net again, while the United States added another three goals in the final two periods.

Canada defeated the Russian Paralympic Committee 2-1 in the semifinals to earn a spot in the final. By securing a spot in the final, the team earned Canada a berth at the 2022 Paralympic Winter Games in Beijing.

Saskatoon’s Ken Babey led the Canadian team as head coach.

Read more on Paralympic.ca.

Saskatchewan athletes finish in Top 8 at Olympic Track and Field Trials

A pair of podium finishes and multipleTop 8 finishes were results Saskatchewan athletes at the Olympic Track and Field Trials June 24 to 27 in Montreal.

Saskatoon’s Michelle Harrison finished first in the women’s 100-metre hurdles with a time of 12.98, while Regina’s Scott Joseph captured a silver in the men’s long jump with a distance of 7.48-m.

Other Saskatchewan results include:

Courtney Hufsmith (Saskatoon): 6th – Women’s 1500-m, 4:23.80
Julianne Labach (Saskatoon): 4th – Women’s 800-m, 2:01.32; 4th Women’s 1500-m, 4:19.18
Astrid Nyame (Saskatoon): 4th – Women’s 100-m Hurdles, 13.49
Adrea Propp (Regina): 8th – Women’s 800-m, 2:07.90
Payne Wylie (Elstow): 6th – Men’s 110-m Hurdles, 14.81

Wiens finishes first in Canadian Diving Trials preliminaries

Saskatoon’s Rylan Wiens got off to a strong start at the Canadian Diving Trials in Toronto as he competes to claim one of Canada’s two Olympic spots in the men’s 10-metre platform event.

Wiens was in first place with 489.15 points following Tuesday’s preliminary round. Semifinals are scheduled for Thursday at 10:30 a.m. (SK time) and will be followed that afternoon with the finals at 1:25 p.m. (SK time).

The Trials are being streamed live on CBC.ca.

Wiens secured one of the Olympic berths for Canada after capturing bronze at a FINA Diving World Cup event in May.

For more information, visit diving.ca.

Canadian men’s basketball team begins Qualifying Tournament

Saskatoon-born Trey Lyles and the rest of the Canadian men’s basketball team are on the hunt for an Olympic berth as they take on five other countries at the FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Victoria from June 29-July 4.

Canada will open the Group Phase on June 29 against Greece before taking on China on June 30. The red and white will get a bye on July. The top two teams from either group will advance to the semifinals on July 3 with the  winners advancing to the final on July 4.

Canada, Greece and China make up Group A, while the Czech Republic, Uruguay and Turkey comprise Group B.

All Canadian Games are available to watch on CBC.ca.

For more information, visit basketball.ca.